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Saturday, October 12, 2013
 
In-der-Blog-sein

Seynsgeschichte on understanding being.
By understanding that this logos is a seinsverstaendnis, whose wherein (wohin) is Welt. Such a logos would accordingly be the a priori condition for the possibility of encountering what is, i.e. any being (ens, seiend). But Heidegger subtly escapes any form of idealism such a logical precedent would imply by further insisting on the ontological difference --i.e. that what is can mean "a being" only if it already has an other meaning, and that Being makes possible both a being and the understanding of Being. Thus the logos that enables knowledge of what-is (seiend) hides within it a sense of what-is (Sein) that is not brought to light by the logos save as that which conceals itself in logos as what is unthought, indeed as what precedes thought.
 
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